Chart Updated Weekly.
UPDATE 10/15/21: Have removed any vaccines from the chart with small sample sizes of less than half a million doses. This means the individual vaccines for Measles, Mumps, and Rubella were removed from the chart. This also makes sense in light of the fact that MMR vaccine essentially replaced the 3 separate ones (which likely explains the tiny number of doses given for each of the three).
UPDATE 8/27/21: It appears there was a mistake previously in the original chart in this post…the death numbers for both Pneumococcal Conjugate and Rotavirus were previously 0, which was completely incorrect. The numbers should have been 793 and 443, respectively. This has been updated in the spreadsheet at the very bottom. Also one of my readers contested that you can’t take a Deaths/Millions number and “annualize” it in this scenario. After thinking about it for some time, I’ve concluded that what the reader said makes sense. Therefore, a new chart has been posted below (previous chart will be left up for posterity). In the new chart, I’ve also added a second Y-axis on the right to show the number of doses (in millions) for each of the vaccines. Note that the range is fairly wide– from a low of 110,749 (Mumps) to over 1.8 billion (Influenza). You may also notice that the Measles and Mumps vaccines seem to have a high Deaths/Million rate. This is essentially due to the small sampling size problem. The number of Measles and Mumps vaccines administered was 2-3 orders of magnitude less than most of the other vaccines on this chart. Therefore, even with 1 or 2 deaths from these vaccines, the Deaths/Million bars will stand out.
For those of you questioning the validity of any of the figures and charts on this site because the number of doses for the traditional vaccines are not usually quantified, we now have some better insight, thanks to the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (NVICP) data & statistics report, located here. This is actually a very interesting report all on it’s own, as it shows how much compensation you, the taxpayer, are paying your fellow Americans who have been injured by vaccines. Can you believe that over the span of 34 years, $4.6 BILLION has been paid out by the NVICP program? According to the document, there were a total of 8,179 compensated awards (41% of all cases were paid out), for an average award of $564,003. That’s your tax dollars hard at work. Anyone care to explain how that aligns with the “vaccines are safe and effective” narrative? While you’re at it, please also explain what the incentives are for Big Pharma to actually care about making safer products if they aren’t the ones who shell out for these awards?
For today’s purposes, we are simply using this report to get at a key figure, which is the number of distributed doses of each vaccine since 2006 (the ‘Number of Doses Distributed in the U.S., 01/01/2006 through 12/31/2019’ column on page 2). Using these figures, and the VAERS data, we can calculate the number of deaths per million doses, annualize them, and then plot a picture that is worth a thousand words: